MPH in Public Health with Emphasis in Veterinary Public Health

Students in this emphasis area receive training in zoonotic disease prevention, food safety and other emerging issues in animal and human health. An ideal complement for an undergraduate degree in animal science, biology or related fields. For more information about this program please visit: http://publichealth.missouri.edu/programs_vet_pub_health.php.

Required Courses

P_HLTH 7150Principles of Public Health3
P_HLTH 7160Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Global Health3
STAT 7020Statistical Methods in the Health Sciences3
P_HLTH 8150Human Health and the Environment3
P_HLTH 8260Emergency Preparedness3
V_M_S 8431Research Methods and Data Analysis2
V_PBIO 8455Epidemiology and Biostatistics2
P_HLTH 8920Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health3
P_HLTH 8980Public Health Internship1-99
P_HLTH 8300Health Care in the United States3
P_HLTH 8620Emerging Zoonoses Diseases3
V_PBIO 8458Veterinary Public Health2
P_HLTH 8001Topics in Public Health1-3
NURSE 8930Health Program Design and Management3
P_HLTH 8953Evaluating Global Public Health Programs3
P_HLTH 8971Veterinary Public Health Capstone1-99

For admission requirements, refer to the Graduate School’s website for the minimum qualifications for the degree program and the Graduate School.  Because requirements vary, you must refer to a degree program’s graduate admission page to learn about specific admission criteria, application deadlines, eligibility, and application process. Before official admissions to the University of Missouri, your application materials will be reviewed by both the Graduate School and the degree program to which you’ve applied.